50 mejores cosas para comer y en ¿dónde?

El periódico The Guardian publicó una lista de cosas para comer y dónde comerlas, y revisando la lista de los 50 platos y dónde comerlos encontramos que hay 3 sitios en India.

En el número 24 tenemos:

24. Best place to eat: Vegetarian Indian
Sagar Ratna, Delhi

“Sagar Ratna, in Delhi, serves South Indian vegetarian food – pukka food that nourishes the body and soul and is always in harmony with the seasons. My favourite dish there has always been idli sambhar: steamed rice cakes with coconut chutney and sambhar lentils.”

18 Defence Colony Market, New Delhi, 110024, Delhi, India, 0091 11 24 33 36 58

En el número 35 tenemos:

35. Best place to eat: Kebabs
Bade Miya, Mumbai

An entire Mumbai street gets overrun, nightly, by pilgrims to an unassuming grilled-food vendor on a pavement behind the Taj Hotel. People hunch over rickety outdoor tables, or the hoods of their cars, to gorge on cheap, basic but spectacular kebabs, roti rolls and drumsticks hot from the grill. The chicken tangdi kebab is especially delicious.

Tulloch Road, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai, India

Éste último es justo detrás del Hotel Taj Mahal, en el centro de Mumbai.

Y en el número 48 tenemos:

48. Best place to eat: Curry
Karim’s, Delhi

In a beehive of rooms off a hectic Old Delhi bazaar, the Zahiruddin family, which once cooked for Mughal emperors, has been serving sumptuous curries and grilled meats since 1913. The butter chicken curry, served in a rich tomato sauce, is as much a landmark as the colossal Jama Masjid at the end of the street. Devotees swear it’s the best curry in India and therefore, naturally, the world.

Jama Masjid, Gala Kababian, Old Delhi, India, 0091 11 2326 9880,www.karimhoteldelhi.com

Si alguno puede pasarse a estos sitios y contarnos la calidad, sabor y ambiente del lugar, no dude en contarnoslo.

Para revisar la lista de los sitios ésta es la fuente:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/sep/13/best-foods-in-the-world

Por Cristhian Salamanca

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